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of tuesday's games. all 10 s&p sectors lower with technology and financial seeing the biggest declines. the dow still fell by 138 points, closing the day at 14,618. the s&p 500 was down 22 and the nasdaq down by 60 points dragged down by shares of apple which dipped below $400 a share today before closing at $402. that after cirius logic hinted at a slowdown in production of iphones and ipads. >>> jp morgan chase with a 3.5% decline. bob fasanni has more on today's action in the markets from the floor of the new york stock exchange. >> reporter: it was another whip saw day that started ugly right off the bat. the problem is that key commodities like copper, aluminum and nickel were again dropping at essentially 52-week lows, all on concerns about slowing global growth. key commodities hit 52-week lows as well. and while commodity stocks like materials and energy suffered, there were also notable decline in industrials and in financials like bank of america which missed earnings estimates. and in technology stocks, tech bell whether apple hit a new 52-week low on concerns whether slowin
like bank of america which missed earnings estimates. and in technology stocks, tech bell whether apple hit a new 52-week low on concerns whether slowing iphone and ipad sales. the market stays a modest midday whether word being made in the boston marathon investigation and, again, moved down toward the close. >> the problem for the stock market is a simple one. the market has been in an uptrend all year. now we've had two big down days, two days for selling on heavy volume. that's a question whether there is still an uptrend in the market. trend followers are an important part of the market. if they determine there's no more upside to the market, the uptrend could become a downtrend. for "the nightly business report," the new york stock exchange. >> the federal reserve remains steady and upbeat. moderate growth in all 12 of its banking regions over the past 6 weeks with the overall economy getting a big boost from housing and strong auto sales. the central bank also said the economy performed better during march and week's jobs report and the dip in retail sales would indicate. >> but
? >> i think that that is true. you're looking at what is going to enable the technology to get to the most patients the quickest and the most reliably. frankly myriad has done a great job of doing that because there are more people who have gotten this test than i think would have gotten it otherwise more consistently and more reliably than if it had been scattered among hundreds of thousands of individual research labs. >> brown: ellen, address that specifically. that claim has been put out there that scholarly work has hardly been stopped. there's been plenty of research done. i mean studies of the research done on this. >> i think those of us in the know will tell you that this has had a chilling effect on research and not as much research has been able to be done. one company has had a monopoly on this testing. for companies and laboratories that wanted to find better ways to look for mutations, faster ways, less expensive ways, they've been stopped. yes, myriad has done a great job of marketing this test to a lot of people because they have a huge financial incentive. but
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